Don’t be caught out in the cold…
Go from never having driven a race car to competing in 2 races in only 5 days!
Word travels fast in the racing world. So it is probably well known that the 800 lb. gorilla is about to disappear from the landscape.
Bertil Roos grad, Cameron Das, in the first weekend of the British F3 Championship grabbed the pole for the first race…
There are a million places to participate in the sport of motor racing. Sometimes it seems that there are as many venues and classes of cars as there are aspiring drivers. And the landscape is always changing.
The landscape changes often in the racing world… and sometimes dramatically. Having lived in that environment for the last 40 years, we get upset when an organization “muddies up” our waters.
In order to give our customers a convenient online registration solution the Bertil Roos Racing School has teamed up with Motorsportreg.com.
A customer testimony one of our instructors received from a student that not only did our school but one of the competition’s as well…
The Bertil Roos F-2000 Race Series will open its 2017 season on March 26, at Palm Beach International Raceway in Florida.
Due to an increased demand on our 3 Day and 2 Day Schools the Bertil Roos Racing School has added an additional 3 Day School and 2 Day Advanced School to our 2016 schedule.
The Bertil Roos Racing School, today, announced the addition of two new sponsors for the 2016 season, Piloti Driving Shoes and the Hagerty Insurance Agency.
Long Pond, PA… The Bertil Roos Racing School announced today that it has entered into an agreement to conduct schools at the brand new Dominion Raceway, located just south of Washington DC.
The Bertil Roos Racing School has announced that it is now authorized to issue National Auto Sport Association (NASA) licenses to graduates of its 5 Day or Advanced School Programs.
We are rapidly approaching the 2016 Roos F-2000 Racing Series. This year will mark the 33rd anniversary of the series making it the longest continuously run formula car series in North America.
A lot of people ask us why we do things at the school the way we do, “Isn’t there a short cut?” Well, here is the answer.
The Bertil Roos Racing School is living proof that bigger is not always better….Compare our school with the industry’s 800 lb. gorilla.
We would like to call your attention to eformulacarnews.com for an article about the history and methodology of the Bertil Roos Racing School and its teaching.
Silverstone, England….Bertil Roos Racing School graduate Conor Daly, representing Team USA Scholarship, has won the Walter Hayes Trophy and race. The event was held November 2nd at Silverstone in England.